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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, October 20, 2013
First Published: 17:36 IST(20/10/2013) | Last Updated: 17:39 IST(20/10/2013)

Despite the state government's pro-active handling of the disaster and noteworthy centre-state coordination to bail minimise casualties, the doubt remains whether rehabilitation will be robust, it's pouring new flagship smartphones and if you wish to buy one, you're spoilt for choice, a local CPI-M leader has been expelled from the party after television channels aired footage of him lying on bundles of cash in a bed. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Braving the storm: Odisha struggles to recover in the aftermath of Phailin
Despite the state government's pro-active handling of the disaster and noteworthy centre-state coordination to bail minimise casualties, the doubt remains whether rehabilitation will be robust. The signs of government relief show that little has changed since 1999.

Smartphone shopping guide for Diwali
It's pouring new flagship smartphones and if you wish to buy one, you're spoilt for choice. Thus the Festive Shopping Guide - to help you decide the best you can buy - continues its perilous journey and hurtles towards a conclusion. Rajiv Makhni writes.

Tripura leader seen lying on bed of cash expelled by party
A local CPI-M leader has been expelled from the party after television channels aired footage of him lying on bundles of cash in a bed, with his ruling party taking strong exception to the brash act.

Rush begins for tickets to Sachin's last match, fans feel cheated
Though the Wankhede can hold 32,000 spectators, more than 80% of the tickets are not sold to the public. Around 6000 tickets are kept aside for 300 affiliated clubs, another 6000 go to the five gymkhanas while 6000 are handed to the Garware club.


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